GLOBAL - Russell has confirmed it is to lose two senior staff.
Jon Bailey, head of alternatives, will leave Russell in the coming weeks to pursue other interests.
Initially Bailey intends to trek from Kathmandu to base camp, Everest.
A Russell spokesman said both departures were amicable.
In April, Russell took on three staff to its EMEA team from Watson Wyatt and Hewitt (www.globalpensions.com 29 April).
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